Clarksville, TN – A highlight of Riverfest every year is the display of artistic talent from the Montgomery County area. Three shows—the Senior (Downtown Artists Co-op), the High School (Customs House Museum) and the Amateur and Professional Divisions (Smith-Trahern Mansion)—feature exceptional talent in all age groups. Juror Suzanne Gaudette Way chose winners from about half the entries that were submitted in the juried shows; even sorting the artworks into the final display was an extensive job this year.
Ellen Kanervo, Executive Director of Clarksville Arts and Heritage, presented the awards for the High School Division. The exhibition was held at Customs House Museum in the main gallery at 5:00pm on Friday evening.
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Women’s Golf
Pawleys Island, SC – Austin Peay State University women’s golf team parlayed a trio of 76s into a sixth-place tie, Sunday, after the first round of The Golfweek Program Challenge, being played on the par-71, 6,121-yard Caledonia Golf.
The Lady Govs shot an opening-round 312, tying them with Georgetown.
Clarkville, TN – On September 8th, 2012, Clarksville Police responded to a shooting at a Peachers Ridge Road address. When officers arrived on the scene, they found a 3 year old male child had been shot in the abdomen area. He was Lifeflighted to Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
The three year old was immediately taken in for surgery upon arrival at Vanderbilt. As of 11:00am this morning, the child’s status continued to be critical but stable. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – On Monday, September 10th, 2012, Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan will again ride the CTS bus to work and invites Clarksvillians to join her.
“I’m very excited that Senator Tim Barnes is going to join me as we ride to work. We’re looking forward to meeting others on the bus as we begin the work day,” the Mayor said. «Read the rest of this article»
Market Commentary by Scott J. Brown, Ph.D., Chief Economist
The economic data were mixed. The ISM Manufacturing Index disappointed in August, but the Non-Manufacturing Index was a bit stronger than expected. Unit auto sales picked up. The ADP estimate of private-sector payrolls rose by 201,000. However, the BLS nonfarm payroll figure rose 96,000 (median forecast: +135,000), with a net revision of -42,000 to the two previous months. The unemployment rate fell to 8.1% (from 8.3%), but that was due to a drop in labor force participation (I wouldn’t read much into that, it’s well within the normal range of uncertainty).
The European Central Bank unveiled its bond-buying program (dubbed Outright Monetary Transactions). The OMT is designed to address dislocations in the government bond market (that is, higher borrowing costs in Italy and Spain). It’s not monetary stimulus, but it should improve the transmission of existing monetary policy. Bond purchases will be unlimited, concentrated in maturities of three to five years, and conditional on fiscal progress. The OMT averts a near-term crisis, but doesn’t solve the region’s underlying problems. «Read the rest of this article»
Written by Brad Kirtley
Pawleys Island, SC – Austin Peay State University women’s golf team will open the 2012-13 golf season, Sunday-Tuesday, as part of the Golfweek Program Challenge, being held at the Caledonia Golf and Fish Club.
Nashville, TN – “Whether it’s a pan of hot biscuits, a skillet of cornbread or crusty Focaccia, even the simplest meals take on a special style when served with homemade bread,” says Martha White® baking expert, Linda Carman.
Focaccia, the popular Italian flat bread, pairs especially well with salads and soups, or may be served with cured meats, olives and cheeses.
Clarksville, TN – The weekly Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department Recreation Report provides Clarksvillians with a glimpse at the activities and events that are available from the Parks and Recreation Department for them to enjoy together as a family.
This weeks highlights include:
Written by Brad Kirtley
Pawleys Island, SC – A determined Austin Peay State University men’s golf team will open the 2012 Fall season when it travels to Pawleys Island, SC, to play in the Golfweek Program Challenge, Sunday-Tuesday, at the True Blue Golf Resort.
More study is needed to know whether improved survival in other patients is due to lengthier resuscitation efforts per se, or other factors.
Dallas, TX – More patients are revived and survive cardiac arrest when treated in hospitals that generally perform resuscitation efforts for a longer amount of time, according to a new study published in Lancet.
Researchers studied records of 64,339 patients suffering an in-hospital cardiac arrest at 435 hospitals taking part in the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Resuscitation program. As with earlier studies, the investigators found that most patients who were successfully resuscitated responded early on during the arrest, but they also noted that some survivors appear to require efforts that take more time. «Read the rest of this article»
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